The Cellist Camille Seghers is born in Tournai (Belgium) in a musical family.
She has obtained a Master degree with first class honour (1.0) at the Musikhochschule in Cologne with Claus Kanngiesser, after she obtained a Master Degree with first class honours with Didier Poskin and Edmond Baert at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, where she was awarded a “Prix Spécial du Patrimoine” for her brilliant results. Then, she had study with François Salque and received chamber music coachings from Eric Le Sage and Paul Meyer at the CRR in Paris. She obtaines the Teaching Master in Arts² in 2016.
Camille took her first cello lessons with her mother Sabine Delporte, at the age of eight at the “Académie de Musique de Péruwelz” (Belgium). She completed her studies in 2004 and won a First Prize at the Dexia Axion Classics Competition in Brussels.
She took part in classes with a.o. Frans Helmerson, Roland Pidoux, Arto Noras, Alban Gerhardt, Hélène Dautry, Jan Vogler, Edmond Baert, the Talich Quartet, Raphael Oleg.
She played soloist with many orchestra like The Ensemble Orchestral de Bruxelles, The Kurpfalzphilharmonie Heidelberg oder the OSEL and plays often chamber music in some festival like the “Festival Jeunes Talents” (Paris), "Les Solistes de demain" in Moulins (fr), "The Ebneter Kultursommer Freiburg (de), the "5 à 7 musical d'Arradon (fr), The Osterfestival in Bayreuth (de), le Printemps Musical de Silly (be),...
Camille give recitals in places like the « Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie » in Brussels, the Beaux-Arts de Charleroi, the « Conservatoire Royal » in Brussels, the “Hochschule für Musik” in Cologne, The Kunstmuseum in Bayreuth,...
Her first recording around the french music for cello and piano: Poulenc, Mel Bonis, Debussy and Duparc is available. ( Ballabile : label" Le Chant de Linos" january 2015).